Let the Sea Make a Noise--: A History of the North Pacific from Magellan to MacArthur

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Let the Sea Make a Noise--: A History of the North Pacific from Magellan to MacArthur
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Maps *
  • The Summons *
  • The First 'Aha Iki *
  • I - Of Sail and Muscle *
  • 32° North Latitude, 159° East Longitude, 1565 *
  • Nagasaki 1638 *
  • Peking 1644 *
  • Nerchinsk 1689 *
  • Petropavlovsk 1741 *
  • Alta California 1769 *
  • The Second 'Aha Iki *
  • Kealakekua Bay 1779 *
  • Nootka Sound 1790 *
  • Hokkaido 1792 *
  • Kealakekua Bay 1794 *
  • Sitka 1799 *
  • Paris 1803 *
  • Sakhalin Island 1806 *
  • The Third 'Aha Iki *
  • Astoria 1811 *
  • California and Kauai 1815 *
  • Washington City 1819 *
  • St. Petersburg 1821 *
  • Honolulu 1825 *
  • The Fourth 'Aha Iki *
  • Washington-On-The-Brazos 1836 *
  • Canton 1839 *
  • Honolulu 1843 *
  • Oregon 1844 *
  • Sonoma 1846 *
  • Panama and Cape Horn 1849 *
  • The Fifth 'Aha Iki *
  • II - Of Steam and Rails *
  • The Sixth 'Aha Iki *
  • Edo 1853 *
  • Aikun-On-The-Amur 1858 *
  • San Francisco 1860 *
  • Washington City and Sitka 1867 *
  • Tokyo 1868 *
  • Utah and British Columbia 1869 *
  • The Seventh ' Aha Iki *
  • Honolulu 1875 *
  • Sacramento and Washington 1882 *
  • Tokyo 1889 *
  • Vladivostok and Otsu 1891 *
  • Honolulu 1893 *
  • Korea 1895 *
  • Manila and Honolulu 1898 *
  • The Eighth 'Aha Iki *
  • North, to Alaska 1899 *
  • Peking 1900 *
  • Panama City 1903 *
  • Port Arthur 1904 *
  • Portsmouth, New Hampshire 1905 *
  • The Ninth ' Aka Iki *
  • III - Internal Combustion *
  • The Tenth ' Aha Iki *
  • San Francisco 1906 *
  • Korea 1910 *
  • Peking 1912 *
  • Panama and Kiao-Chow 1914 *
  • Vladivostok and Paris 1919 *
  • Washington, D.C. 1921 *
  • Tokyo 1923 *
  • The Eleventh 'Aha Iki *
  • Seattle to Seattle 1924 *
  • Shanghai 1927 *
  • Mukden 1931 *
  • Nanking 1937 *
  • Nomonhan 1939 *
  • Pearl Harbor 1941 *
  • The Twelfth 'Aha Iki *
  • Tule Lake and Midway Island 1942 *
  • Attu and Teheran 1943 *
  • Saipan 1944 *
  • Nagasaki 1945 *
  • Tokyo 1948 *
  • Korea 1950 *
  • The Thirteenth 'Aha Iki *
  • Americans' Burden *
  • The Dismissal *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Sources of Quotations *
  • Glossary *
  • Index *
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